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Do I need two batteries?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by khloud, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. khloud

    khloud Regular member

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    Do I really need two batteries for Pandora? I know I can revert it back to normal, but if I brick it later after I revert it, that means I can't unbrick it with the battery right? So why make it at all?
     
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    make it to downgrade. but you can only use one if you like... easier to buy another battery but yeah u can convert it back. if u only play isos on ur psp u wunt need it anyways after. you can try harmodding it or whatever it is called if u ever do brick so ur half covered.
     
  3. khloud

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    I just don't really want to spend $40 on another battery, and yes, my PSP will be able to play isos, it's a 2.50 fw so it'll be a cinch to downgrade. I don't really need Pandora's Battery, I'm just scared I'll brick my PSP sometime in the future.
     
  4. foxrider

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    you can just use it whilke you downgrade and flash it back and never flash again.... i ahve changed my firmware ALOT of times and i mean ALOT.... look at my profile... i have not once bricked while flashing... onyl by experminetning and doing stupid things.... things u wouldnt want to try.
     
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    i have more then you xD but yeah man it is virtualy impossible to brick unless u do something stupid
     
  6. khloud

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    Alright, well I think I'm ready to downgrade, can you guys help me? 2.50 fw TA-082. And 2 Sony Pro Memory Duos, one is 512mb and other is 32mb.
     
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    download the downgrader.... HERE is where u download it....read the readme i have no experience with this downgrader....then read the readme.
     
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    You sure it's for my TA-082?

    EDIT: No, it's not.
     
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    damn, would u like to use the 2.71 downgrader for ta-082 then, i really have no idea bout that one... i know there is ta-082 and non -02 for 2.71 downgrader.
     
  10. khloud

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    Yeah, I got it, thanks though bro. Upgrading to 2.71 TA-82 then downgrade from there. Guessing I don't need Pandora for anything right? Anything I should watch out for? And yes batteries are at %100 and in the charger. Should I use my 32 mb during the downgrade or 512 mb? I'm gonna be putting some games in it. Game's about 200 mb. Would it matter if I switched it out later?
     
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    dont turn off ur psp while flashing and always keep the charger plugged in while downgrading... umm make sure ur battery is 95% (it says 75 but 90+ is better)... take out any umd u have in the drive, there will be a blue screen that tells u ur setting is corrupt and press o to change it.... press O and do not panic. then u'll be on 1.50.
     
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    Alright, using my 512 mb Sony. Updated to 2.71 so far, successful. Now attempting downgrade.
     
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    kk good luck.
     
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    Phew, alright. So turn it off first or just take the thing out?
     
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    just take it out.
     
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    Alright, just did, nothing changed. Left the charger in, was I suppose to take it out?
     
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    not try that again and while its loading the image then try pressing X.
     
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    Second time. So leave the charger in and keep pressing X as I put in the battery? The screen stays on with the same image after I take it out and slip it back in.
     
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